Lower Your Bond While Awaiting Deportation Proceedings
Heartland Immigration helps detained persons awaiting deportation proceedings lower their bond so that they can leave detention. Detained individuals for whom a deportation hearing is in the works are often released on bond. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) sets the level of bond. Sometimes the level is way beyond what an individual could ever afford to pay, essentially ensuring continued detention and keeping a person away from their family and other loved ones. But if you feel your bond has been set too high, you can ask an immigration judge to lower it to something more reasonable.
The immigration lawyers at Heartland Immigration represent persons seeking to have their bond lowered. We will help you apply for what is referred to as a bond redetermination hearing before an immigration judge, and will represent you at that hearing, putting forth all factors that militate toward a lowered bond. Our immigration attorneys also help clients appeal the rulings of immigration judges at bond determination hearings to the Board of Immigration Appeals, and assist detained individuals in seeking an additional bond redetermination hearing after a certain amount of time has passed and where the individual's circumstances have changed, such that a lowered bond is warranted.
Give us a call today to learn how we can help you or your loved one lower their bond:
Nationwide: 1-855-USA-IMMIGRATE (1-855-872-4664)
Dallas: (972) 543-3812
Los Angeles: (949) 614-0106
New York: (347) 630-9629
Chicago: (773) 683-1728
Indianapolis: (812) 269-8201
Oklahoma City: (405) 232-2749